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Hi Matt! It's actually a regression from our last deploy.

Our engineers are looking into this, in the mean time if you add .rss at the end of the API url, you will still be able to copy paste the feed. For example, here's the rss feed for the Twitter API:

I'll give you a heads up when this is fixed, thanks for reporting!

Thanks for the great feedback and suggestions Kelly, and for inaugurating our brand new forum!

In the next few weeks we will be enhancing the changelog notifications greatly, so we can identify and scope changes in greater detail, and become better at notifying the community. You'll hear about this in our weekly email.

In the long term, our vision is to allow you to have greater control this, for instance giving you the ability to subscribe to certain endpoints of the API... However in this first phase our goal is to improve the quality of the notifications and the periodicity.

And yes, we really want to help API providers and consumers work more closely together!

We've just deployed the ability add private APIs in Hitch.

Privacy can be determined in two levels: 100% private API (that is visible only to you), or team-restricted.

Learn how to create a private API here.

We've completed an integration with Slack. Check out this article to learn how to get API notifications in Slack.

Our engineers are working to implement search very soon! Stay tuned.